Soli Salgado

Staff writer

Soli Salgado joined NCR as an editorial intern in January 2015. Born in Buenos Aires and raised in Wichita, Kansas, she graduated from the University of Kansas in 2013 with degrees in journalism, English literature, and Spanish. Soli has previously worked for The Utne Reader, MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine, and The Wichita Eagle. Follow her on Twitter @soli_salgado.

Articles by Soli Salgado

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Q & A with Sr. Dominga Zapata, reaching out to Hispanic Catholics through 'Encuentro' Jul 26, 2016 Story : Blog
Q & A with Sr. Margaret Mertens, teaching life skills to US immigrants Jun 9, 2016 Story : Blog
Communities on the U.S. border 'grow from within' Jun 6, 2016 Story : News
Border Witness Program puts faces to the influx of migrants to the US May 26, 2016 Story : Blog
Listening helps sisters build community spirit in Texas border town after storm May 19, 2016 Story : News
Immigration detention centers under increased scrutiny while rumors of increased deportation raids mount May 13, 2016 Story : News
Q & A with Ramona Casas, Mercy associate, community animator May 10, 2016 Story : Blog
Sisters stand with immigrants as Supreme Court hears arguments in United States v. Texas Apr 19, 2016 Story : News
Q & A with Sr. Inmaculada Cuesta, looking forward to Latina sisters' conference Apr 12, 2016 Story : Blog
Detention centers' applications for child care licenses worry immigrant advocates Mar 31, 2016 Story : News
Q & A with Sr. Donna Stevens, mental health on a reservation Mar 22, 2016 Story : Blog
Women march before pope's visit to tell of conditions and challenges facing migrants Feb 17, 2016 Story : News
CARA study: Entrants to religious life are young and find vocational inspiration online Feb 10, 2016 Story : News
Guadalupan Missionary Sisters of the Holy Spirit help people in central Alabama accept their realities, feel their strength Dec 14, 2015 Story : News

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